The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 27 November 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Down and out Toothless Yangon United eliminated from AFC Cup

Yangon United FC was knocked out of the AFC Cup in embarrassing fashion after being handed a 5-1 thrashing by India’s Kingfisher East Bengal in Kolkata on May 15.


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Two Two wins Golden Belt Championship

Challenger Two Two added an exclamation point to a dominating performance and secured the Golden Belt Championship on May 12 with a third–round knockout of reigning champ Win Htun.

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Farewell to the Theatre of Dreams

Praise for retired Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson, who brought Premier League to Asia.


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Bullseye

Archer Aung Ngeain receives top honours: the President’s State Excellence award for sport.

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Two teams disciplined over ref disputes

The Myanmar Football Federation’s disciplinary committee has charged second division clubs Chin United FC and Best United FC for mistreatment of referees.

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Old Trafford legends to play in Yangon

A Manchester United legends team will play a friendly match against a Myanmar side in a charity event on June 9 at Thuwana Stadium in Yangon.


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Ayeyawady knocked out of AFC Cup

She Da Nang captain Nguyen Minh Phuong converted an extra time penalty to secure a victory for the Vietnamese league champions over Ayeyawady United 3-2 on April 23 at Thuwana Stadium in Yangon.

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Yangon United FC through to knockout round

Yangon United FC secured a spot in the knockout stage of the AFC Cup after routing Indonesia’s Persibo Bojonegoro FC 7-1 on April 24 at Manahan Stadium in Surakarta.

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Female weightlifters make the grade

Myanmar’s young female weightlifters have qualified for the 2014 World Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China.

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Double fault: Pakistan, New Zealand in court debacle

Pakistan tennis officials are protesting against a referee’s decision to award a Davis Cup tie to New Zealand because of an unplayable court surface at a neutral venue.

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